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Bros. (VS.)Bros.: The Lost LevelsBros. 2Bros. 3LandWorldLand 264 (DS)SunshineGalaxyGalaxy 2
3D Land3D WorldMaker
(3DS)RunOdysseyMaker 2
New: DSWii2U (Deluxe)

Remakes: All-Stars (25th Anniversary Edition)Bros. Deluxe3D All-Stars

Spin-off series
Mario Kart: Super64Super CircuitDouble Dash!!DSWii78 (Deluxe)Tour
Mario Party: Mario Party23789DSIsland TourSuper
Mario RPGs: Super Mario RPGRabbids Kingdom Battle
Paper Mario: Paper MarioThe Thousand-Year DoorSuperSticker StarColor SplashThe Origami King
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (DX)Partners in TimeBowser's Inside Story (DX)Dream TeamPaper Jam
Mario & Sonic: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic GamesLondon 2012Sochi 2014 Winter GamesRio 2016
Sports: Tennis: Power TourNES Open Tournament GolfGolfSuper SluggersStrikers Charged
Dance Dance Revolution Mario MixHoops 3 on 3
Games: PaintMario is Missing! (SNES)Hotel MarioPicrossMario no Photopi

Series: Dr. MarioWario LandYoshi's IslandLuigi's MansionSuper Princess Peach
Super Smash Bros.: 64MeleeBrawlfor Wii U & 3DS
(3DSfor Wii U)Ultimate
Games: Tetris DSNintendo LandTetris 99
Others: Mario Series for Guitar
Fan games: 7 GRAND DADDian Shi Ma LiForever (Remake)New Super Mario Forever 2012
Newer Super Mario Bros. WiiStoned MarioSuper Mario 63Super Mario FlashbackSuper Mario World (Pirate)
Fake games: Super Mario 64DDSuper Guy Fieri

Frequently ripped tracks
Main series: Bob-omb Battlefield‎Dire, Dire DocksGrass LandGround Theme (A Secret Course)
Hammer Bros. Theme"It's a me, Mario!"Koopa's RoadMerry-Go-RoundOverworld (Bros. 2)
Overworld Theme (World)Slider‎Starman (Metallic Mario)Steam GardensUnderground‎
Spin-off series: Beware the Forest's MushroomsCoasterPlay a Mini-Game!‎The Grand FinaleWaluigi Pinball

Albums: Grand Dad 64
Characters: Wario Partners, LLP (Waluigi) • GenoSuper MarioSpike

Super Mario 64 is a video game developed and published by Nintendo on Nintendo 64 in 1996. The game's composer is Koji Kondo (with a vocal appearance of Charles Martinet on the track "It's a me, Mario!"). An enhanced remake, titled Super Mario 64 DS, was released on Nintendo DS in 2004.

With 176 rips, this is currently the fourth-most-ripped game on the channel, behind MOTHER 3, Undertale and SiIvaGunner: King for Another Day Tournament.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Super Mario 64 is the sequel to Super Mario World and Yoshi's Island and the launch title for the Nintendo 64. As the original Super Mario Bros. is often credited as the textbook example of a good 2D platformer, this game is considered by many as the quintessential 3D platformer despite being one the very first (and not aging very well, to some people). It eventually had a sequel on the GameCube named Super Mario Sunshine, as well as a remake on DS simply titled Super Mario 64 DS.

Princess Peach Toadstool invited her dear Mario for a party as she baked him a cake, but the plumber discovers when he arrives that Bowser has already captured her and locked all the doors in her castle. Mario will have to enter into magic paintings and find Power Stars that could open the path and allow him to save the princess.

The soundtrack, once again composed by the series' original composer Koji Kondo, is mainly inspired by ska music and prominently features brass instruments and xylophones. One track in particular, "Slider" (used for bonus rooms and some of the harder levels), became especially popular and got featured in many later Mario titles such as Super Mario Galaxy 2 or Super Mario 3D World.

Album[edit | edit source]

The Grand Dad 64 album is dedicated to this game.

Playlist[edit | edit source]

There are currently 182 rips of Super Mario 64 on the SiIvaGunner channel, 186 counting removed rips.

References in other rips[edit | edit source]

  • See also Super Mario 64 DS, the Nintendo DS remake using the same music.
  • See also Super Mario 64DD, a fake 64DD game which is supposedly a sequel or remake using the same music.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • There are three versions of the logo image used on the channel. Aside from the one used by the real GilvaSunner, there is one with logo slightly smaller and off-center (taken from the since-defunct BrawlBRSTMs3 channel) and one where the logo is slightly bigger and doesn't have textures.
  • Several Super Mario 64 rips actually use the Super Mario 64 DS soundtrack rather than the original, since they are nearly identical and DS games are easier to rip.

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